What’s happening in Old Town Pocatello

Jan 24th, 2017 | By | Category: Retail
Stephanie Palagi

Stephanie Palagi

By Stephanie Palagi


Food For Thought Take Out is now open in Old Town Pocatello. Home of the famous Cobb Salad, Food For Thought is now open with take-out service at 540 N. Main featuring hot soups, sandwiches and fantastic salads. Stop in today!

Happening this week!

With a new year comes new apparel needs for your company. Order your custom printed or embroidered shirts, hats, jackets and more at Alston T-shirt Printing & Embroidery. Conveniently located at 245 N. Main, the Alston’s will be happy to create a custom design for your company. Stop in today or call 208-242-3264 for more information.

The new year round for the Junior Golf Program will begin Feb. 2 at Parfive Five, 123 N. Main St. There is also a list of upcoming golf events: Men’s golf tournament, women’s golf tournament, kid’s golf tournament, fitting/demo day, and long drive competition for men, women, and juniors. Contact the Parfive golf professional, Shawn Rowe for further details at 208-339-1473. Get your game in gear even with all the snow at Parfive!

Think you have a clue? Think again! Experience live theater and enjoy “Murder Weapon: A Thriller” by Brian Clemens. Every Friday and Saturday, February 3-25, at Westside Players. For tickets visit westsideplayers.org or call 208-234-2654. Westside Players also offers Season Tickets that will be on sale during the February performances. Don’t miss out on some great shows and meals! Season Tickets save you $10-$20 off buying each show individually! You can get season tickets at www.westsideplayers.org or call 208-234-2654.

Second Time Around, 701 S. 1st, has a sale this week on Hot Wheel collectibles at 1/2 off. New in the store this week is loot crate button collectibles. This week also features VHS tapes at $1 and a great selection of antiques with free coffee for shoppers.

This week at Portneuf Valley Brewing: Are you finding the snowy roads to be a challenge? Portneuf Valley Brewing is now delivering! They will bring you a growler of beer, a bottle of wine, fresh baked pizza, entrees or a bowl of soup and you can stay in your PJs! Calling all brass lovers. Friday night PVB’s got Rail City Jazz performing jazz classics.

Saturday night is high-energy Idaho Falls phenoms the Opskamatrists playing the best ska southeastern Idaho has to offer. Both shows go from 9 pm-11:30 pm with no cover. Check out DJ Trivia on Monday night starting at 7 pm. It’s a good way to test your knowledge, show off to your friends, and have a good time. You can win gift cards and other sweet swag while you’re at it! It’s free to play and all are welcome.

The Pocatello Art Center will be hosting two new special exhibits, as well as a variety of artwork created by members of the Pocatello Art Center during the First Friday Art Walk on Feb. 3 from 5-8 pm. The local chapter of the Idaho Watercolor Society will have their annual show, along with photos from the Portneuf Valley Photographic Society taken during World Wide Photo Walk. Wooden bowls and vessels by artist and wood turner Nathan Hemperly will also be on display.

The show will continue through February in the Pocatello Art Center Gallery. The gallery is open Monday through Friday from 10 am to 4 pm. The Pocatello Art Center is located at 444 N. Main St. For more information, call (208) 232-0970 or visit their website: pocatelloartctr.org

The next beginning digital photography 4-week class starts on Thursday, Feb. 2, and continues on the 9, 16, and 25th at Pocatello Art Center from 5 to 7 p.m. The instructor is Richard Albright. This course will show students how to best use their digital cameras. You need to pre-register and pay fees at the Art Center. Call 232-0970 or 233-1066 for more information. Each class size will be limited to 10 students.

Upcoming Events!

The Idaho Bridal Fair will return to Pocatello on Saturday, March 4. Beginning at 10 am, the Red Lion Hotel Pocatello will showcase everything a bride and groom needs to plan the perfect wedding, honeymoon and future. From florists to jewelers, and from caterers to entertainment, local businesses will display their products and services designed to help orchestrate the day you will treasure forever.

Vendor registration is now open. Showcase your business during the Idaho Bridal Fair by registering today at idahobridalfair.com. If you have a wedding in your future, bride and groom registration is now open, too. Visit idahobridalfair.com for all of the details about our area’s best and brightest bridal show sponsored by Molinelli’s Jewelers.

The 7th Annual Gate City Brewfest will be returning to Old Town Pocatello on Saturday, March 11. From 1 pm to 6 pm, sample 70+ handcrafted beers, enjoy great food and live entertainment a t the Old Town restaurants, pubs and bars. Tickets go on sale this week at www.gatecitybrewfest.com. Get your tickets and don’t miss Pocatello’s largest beer festival.

Stephanie Palagi is the executive director of Old Town Pocatello, Inc. The Old Town Pocatello office can be reached at 208-232-7545 or by visiting oldtownpocatello.com.

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